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from The Dieline - Branding & Packaging Design

Student Spotlight: James Grendzinski

by James Grendzinski - "Body Sense: For this project we were asked to create 3 packages for an all natural bath soap that was marketed to both male and female consumers. The design imitates a retro, Victorian feel to keep the product gender neutral and display a sense of sophistication for this luxury bath product line. Different symbols and colors identify the different types of soap."

“Altitude Spirits tasked me with creating a consumer package for Vodka 14, their organic craft-distilled vodka, that reflected the qualities of the product itself: exceptional quality, purity, and sustainability. The bottle this design process yielded is a tall, elegant and simple form, decorated with just black, white, and grey pigments. Lots of undecorated space on the bottle highlights the exceptional clarity of the product. The artwork itself is strong but understated, big bold type in…

How about a little bit of stamping with some handpainted flowers? I was really happy with how these turned out. Products used: @opi_products 'pink flamenco' @kikomilano '327' (grey) Konad white stamping polish @uberchicbeauty plate 2-03 @uberchicbeauty clear stamper @glistenandglow1 #hkgirltopcoat & Ctrl-Alt-Del latex barrier for easy stamping clean-up Ring from @primark

from Designstuff

NORMANN COPENHAGEN Shoehorn - 3 Colours

Material: Nylon Size & Weight: Height: 26 cm Width: 4 cm Depth: 2,3 cm Weight: 75 gr Product Info: - Clean with damp cloth. - Awards: Red Dot Award 2013 in Germany - for its high design quality.

from BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion

New Packaging for Triumph & Disaster by DDMMYY - BP&O

Face cleanser packaging for male skincare and accessory range Triumph & Disaster designed by DDMMYY.

from turnstone furniture

Bivi Modular Office Furniture & Desk Systems

BIVI - STEELCASE - http://www.steelcase.com/en/products/category/workspace/freestanding/bivi/pages/overview.aspx

Should i make a seperate board for all my DJ Stuff? I feel as if it takes a bit of the mood of my board away... Ill have a website all setup for it soon enough but until then